The travels of a vegetarian werewolf around North America, as it creates memorable acronyms to help remember the different states and regions.
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With winter settling into the northern hemisphere do you yearn to travel and escape to exotic and wonderful locations.
This book was created out of such desires, with the literary nonsense fantasy travelling helping my mind escape from the reality of dark cold nights through the epic and touching adventures of the Greenygrey.
Over time, the Greenygrey's Rambles started to take shape, and the idea of creating memorable acronyms and meanings to distinguish the different North American regions took shape, and the Greenygrey's adventures became more meaningful.
By the middle of the journey each blog became a bit of an epic, with new fables, characters and twists brewing up in the mid-west and following the reluctant hero east to the Atlantic Coast.
Acronym example: the D2KNOT ties up the USA down the middle, with the Dakotas in the north followed in a southerly direction by Kansas, Nebraska, Oklahoma and Texas.
GG also learnt to enjoy its travelling, rather than just trying to get from point A to point B; this started early in its journey, as it appreciated the beautiful nature that abounded.
The Mothman later taught GG an important lesson on respecting the environment by recycling, and in MIMAL the GG learnt that you should also respect the power of nature, after it got into trouble in a river.
It also found out that a good deed would often be repaid. In the Carolinas it learnt to make the most out of a bad situation, and that being made to go on a path not of your choosing can provide new opportunities, and even work out for the better in the end.
It also learnt that good things can come to those who wait, and that good memories can warm a cold night.
GG also learnt that you shouldn’t build your hopes up, and rely on other opinions, as some place names did not describe their locations very well.
So the GG learnt many lessons on its epic virtual journey, as you usually do when you travel physically, or just pass through life.